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National Pro Bono Aspirational Target
Australian Pro Bono News
National Law Firm Pro Bono Survey
National Pro Bono PI Insurance Scheme
Our Other Publications

What’s New

Download the NEW pro bono guide for in-house corporate lawyers

Just launched! We’ve created this free resource especially for in-house corporate lawyers, to equip you for pro bono legal work. Download it here.

Q&A with Stephen Chang, in-house lawyer at Hewlett Packard

Ahead of the launch of our new resource, Pro Bono Legal Work: A guide for in-house corporate lawyers, we spoke with Stephen Chang, Senior Legal Counsel, South Pacific Office of the General Counsel, Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE).

This is the first in a series we hope to share with you, to provide insight into what pro bono looks like for in-house lawyers at large companies.

Australian Pro Bono News Issue 120 August 2017

In this issue we spotlight in-house pro bono, with a Q&A with Stephen Chang of Hewlett Packard, as well as a special tribute to LawRight’s Tony Woodyatt, a story on work done by MinterEllison in social housing in Victoria, thoughts on how online legal matching services can support pro bono into the future, access to justice in Hong Kong, and the best two articles on the legal assistance sector post-Grenfell, plus an intro to our new interns. And as usual, a curated selection of pro bono news stories from around the country and the world. Read it now.

Free Guide: Client management and self-care

Client management and self-care — a guide for pro bono lawyersThis online resource is designed to be tailored and used to meet training requirements for lawyers participating in pro bono work. The Guide can also be adapted for use more broadly across the legal assistance sector.

The result of a collaborative effort between Sparke Helmore Lawyers, Henry Davis York, Clayton Utz and McCabes Lawyers, the Guide has had substantial input from the legal assistance sector, other law firms, experts in mental health and the Centre.

Available in PDF and Word.

What’s New

Download the NEW pro bono guide for in-house corporate lawyers

We’ve created this free resource especially for in-house corporate lawyers, to equip you for pro bono legal work. Download it here.

Q&A with Stephen Chang, in-house lawyer at Hewlett Packard

Ahead of the launch of our new resource, Pro Bono Legal Work: A guide for in-house corporate lawyers, we spoke with Stephen Chang, Senior Legal Counsel, South Pacific Office of the General Counsel, Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE).

This is the first in a series we hope to share with you, to provide insight into what pro bono looks like for in-house lawyers at large companies.

Australian Pro Bono News: Issue 120 August 2017

In this issue we spotlight in-house pro bono, with a Q&A with Stephen Chang of Hewlett Packard, as well as a special tribute to LawRight’s Tony Woodyatt, a story on work done by MinterEllison in social housing in Victoria, thoughts on how online legal matching services can support pro bono into the future, access to justice in Hong Kong, and the best two articles on the legal assistance sector post-Grenfell, plus an intro to our new interns. And as usual, a curated selection of pro bono news stories from around the country and the world. Read it now.

Free Guide: Client management and self-care

Client management and self-care — a guide for pro bono lawyersThis online resource is designed to be tailored and used to meet training requirements for lawyers participating in pro bono work. The Guide can also be adapted for use more broadly across the legal assistance sector.

The result of a collaborative effort between Sparke Helmore Lawyers, Henry Davis York, Clayton Utz and McCabes Lawyers, the Guide has had substantial input from the legal assistance sector, other law firms, experts in mental health and the Centre.

Available in PDF and Word.

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